Deepwater Horizon: 10 Years After The Gulf Oil Spill

The landscape of the Gulf Coast was changed on April 20, 2010 when BP's Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, sending 4.9 million gallons of oil into the water and killing 13 people. A decade later, scientists are discovering much more damage was inflicted on wildlife and the earth. Here's a look at how the Gulf Coast changed, the lessons that the energy industry says they've learned, how Alabama, Louisiana and Mexico have recovered, and what activists fear.

Deepwater Horizon: 10 Years After The Gulf Oil Spill

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